Article: The Art of Failing Well: Rapid-fire interview with Amy Edmondson

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The Art of Failing Well: Rapid-fire interview with Amy Edmondson

Exclusive rapid-fire session with Amy Edmondson, renowned organisational psychologist and author of 'Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well.' Amy shares profound insights on the future of work and the transformative power of psychological safety.
The Art of Failing Well: Rapid-fire interview with Amy Edmondson

In a world that once viewed failure as a deterrent, Amy Edmondson challenges conventional wisdom by advocating for a nuanced approach to failure—one that goes beyond simply avoiding it or embracing it recklessly. Edmondson, drawing on her pioneering research into psychological safety, makes a compelling case for failing productively in her groundbreaking book.

Titled "Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well," Edmondson's work asserts that the most successful leaders and teams don't merely tolerate failure; they actively embrace it as a valuable opportunity for learning and growth. In a recent in-depth interview, we explored a myriad of topics with Amy, ranging from the essence of psychological safety to mastering the delicate balance of failing well. Meanwhile, you can watch the rapid-fire interview we did with Amy.


Stay tuned for the forthcoming detailed interview.

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Topics: Leadership, #HRCommunity, #Outlook2024

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